Kevin Feige reveals that Marvel won’t be retelling Spider-Man’s origin story in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as “There is a young kid [already] running around New York City in a homemade version of the Spider-Man costume.” He also reveals new details on the costume, his personality, and more! » [CLICK HERE FOR MORE]
(Culver City, California, and Burbank, California February 09, 2015) – Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Studios announced today that Sony is bringing Marvel into the amazing world of Spider-Man » [CLICK HERE FOR MORE]
With reports that Andrew Garfield is out as Spider-Man and Sony’s apparent frustration and directionlessness with the franchise going public following a hack that left dozens of top-level e-mails available online, there’s starting to be a lot of speculation as to what form the property will take when it makes its way back to the screen…[Click to read on]
Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can… except that’s not true because spiders aren’t contractually bound to only appear in movies produced by one single film studio. As far as we know…[Click to read on…]
During a Q&A session celebrating 75 years of Marvel Comics, legendary writer and editor Stan Lee said that a film crossing the Spider-Man franchise, the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Fox properties like X-Men and the Fantastic Four “is something that Marvel is very concerned about,” which is being taken by some to be an intimation that Marvel is working on putting such a film together.
“It’s something that Marvel is very concerned about,” Lee admitted. “It’s very difficult to bring ’em all together because these characters are so successful and make so much money that the studios that have the rights don’t want to let them go. So that’s something that all the lawyers and all the production companies have to work out. Whether they get it worked out, I don’t know.”